Many LSSPs are trained in counseling, but that focus is often centered around understanding the theory and background of various counseling frameworks. While this information is critical, it is also critically important that counseling service providers understand the relevant legal, regulatory, and local policy issues surrounding related service counseling. Having a good working knowledge of these fundamentals will help service providers feel comfortable in addressing questions related to evaluation, eligibility, implementation, and termination of services.
This is a recorded session from the Hill Country Summer Institute 2022 conference, which may be viewed anytime 6/22/22 through 8/15/22. This recorded session has a short quiz following the recording in order to give asynchronous credit.
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eCampus CEs: 3.0 Hours
NASP CPDs: 3.0 Hours
About Our Presenter: Keya Saleh is Licensed Specialist in School Psychology and a Nationally Certified School Psychologist. He currently works as a Special Populations Program Coordinator for the Region 10 Educational Service Center. He oversees a team of educational consultants that support LEAs on issues related to Child Find, Evaluation, Autism, and Mental and Behavioral Health. Keya is also an adjunct professor for Baylor University's Dallas LSSP Training Program where he teaches on Educational Counseling and Psychology. He serves on the Leadership Team of the Texas Association of School Psychologists as the chair of the professional development committee. Keya graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology and Sociology from the University of Houston and a Master's Degree in School Psychology from Trinity University in San Antonio. He currently lives in Dallas, Texas with his wife, Anna, daughter, Leah and their Corgi, Abby.